The Good Stuff shares over 100 family recipes and ideas for healthy and nourishing food that are yummy and easy to prepare. In my experience as a mum of three and a naturopath, finding healthy food that children will actually eat can be a huge challenge. Making it easy is even harder!
Have you ever been in pain and then realised that you also feel tired, a little withdrawn and your mood has dipped? Has your energy and mood lifted as soon as that pain has gone away?
Here’s the podcast I did recently with the fabulous Liz Earle. Listen now!
Not only is Liz famous for her gorgeous naturally active skincare range, but also more recently for the Liz Earle Wellbeing Magazine. It’s full of brilliant ways to keep healthy on the inside, as well as feeling and looking wonderful on the outside. She’s a walking talking proof of her own methods with stunning skin and vitality.
Hormones can be pesky at the best of times, and they can send you even more out of kilter during your late thirties and forties, as you approach menopause; and this time is known as the perimenopause. Mood and energy levels can be the first areas to be affected. They can slowly creep up on you or strike as a bolt out of the blue. So it’s often difficult to make the connection between mood changes, sleep disturbance and weight gain with hormone deviations, especially when the menstrual cycle has remained much the same.
Here is the second part to my blog which looks at how you can nourish your child back into a calm state. In the first part of this post you learned some important nutritional nuggets to help your child to cope with the ongoing pressures of life. In this second part I am going to dig deeper into some of the more significant metabolic issues that children can experience, and which may contribute to a state of anxiety and overwhelm.